liss with bjj

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  1. immanurse White Belt

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    i roll mon-wed-fri and do 1.5 hours of liss sun-tues-thurs. current rhr is 65-60 bpm. was at 57 saturday. been as low as 55.

    i can switch this to bjj training monday-friday with liss on sunday, if need be. my goal is to become better at bjj. BUT i also want a better gas tank, in general.

    is this counter-intuitive? will the hard rolls from bjj negate the effects of cardiac output training? thanks in advance.
     
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  2. Sano Brown Belt

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    The hard rolls will compliment it if anything. Dont worry about it.
     
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  3. biscuitsbrah Black Belt

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    1.5 hours is really long. If you are newer to the sport i think maybe you should do 4-5 days of bjj and 1-2 days of conditioning.

    Perhaps conditioning right after jiujitsu if you don’t have time
     
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  4. aus101 Brown Belt

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    When it comes to LISS how much time you have is most important. An hour of walking around the neighbourhood (perhaps with a hardy/exercise loving pup) a day will provide good complimentary cardio/active recovery for your high intensity bjj sessions.

    If someone didn't do bjj I'd recommend weight lifting and skipping for some strength/high intensity cardio to go along with the LISS.
     
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  5. selfcritical Brown Belt

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    As long as you're using low-impact means, timing doesn't matter much. It should be enhancing recovery from BJJ unless you're a bigger guy and exclusively using running. Race pace stuff and intervals is the stuff where you have to worry about timing and distribution of stressors.
     
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    What belt level are you?
     
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  7. MMouse Brown Belt

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    Definately complimentary

    You'll eventually feel quick to recover in between rounds and you'll feel yourself being able to go for a longer time.
     
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